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Hello. What exactly are you looking to do? Are you suspended for the unpaid tickets?
So I am not sure what your financial situation is but if you can pay off your tickets, that will return your driving privilege to good standing and you can attempt to get a license then. If you can do that by your next court date, the prosecutor and judge may cut you more of a break because you have tried to get your situation in order. Even if you just try to request a payment plan and start making payments and bring proof of that to court, it will weigh in your favor.
It is also a good idea to get a lawyer before your next court date. Driving suspended carries between 5 days and six months in jail. Driving without a license is also up to six months in jail. Driving without insurance is a fineable offense, but because there was an accident your driving privilege can be suspended up to four more years. Speeding is also a fine. Because the charges do carry the possibility of jail time, it is prudent to have a lawyer to try to negotiate on your behalf and to protect your rights. If you have no prior record and take steps to clear up your driving issues, then a lawyer may be able to negotiate some kind of resolution that does not involve any kind of jail time.